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Red Sand Project raises human trafficking awareness

Gabe Dakake, Staff Writer

“There are more people enslaved now than there have ever been, and we probably don’t even notice it,” teacher Paul Agner said. On April 4, 2017, the Teachers for Tomorrow group, and many other classes joined in laying red sand i...

May 4, 2017No Comments

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Red Sand Project raises human trafficking awareness

Gabe Dakake, Staff Writer

“There are more people enslaved now than there have ever been, and we probably don’t even notice it,” teacher Paul Agner said. On April 4, 2017, the Teachers for Tomorrow group, and many other classes joined in laying red sand i...

May 4, 2017No Comments

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How to Tame the College Application Monster

How to Tame the College Application Monster

Lauren Nguyen, Staff Writer

Applying to college is a grueling, intimidating process. Post-high school education is a step closer toward joining the real world as an adult. However, with the right approach,...

November 11, 2016No Comments

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The Many Faces of Mr. Henrich

Nathalie Vadnais, Staff Writer

Michael Henrich is a history teacher at LB who teaches five class periods, coaches the golf team and is the sponsor of the paintball interest club, although he has been espe...

May 1, 2017No Comments

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